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SubjectRe: CONFIG_SOUND_ICH=m does not compile ac97_audio
On Fri, Jan 17, 2003 at 02:54:34PM -0400, Brian M. Hunt wrote:
> Compiling Linux Kernel 2.4.20
> CONFIG_SOUND_ICH=m does not compile ac97_codec.o, which it depends upon.
> CONFIG_SOUND_ICH is described as 'Intel ICH (i8xx), SiS 7012, NVidia
> nForce Audio or AMD 768/811x'
> It is listed in drivers/sound/Makefile:63
> obj-$(CONFIG_SOUND_ICH) += i810_audio.o ac97_codec.o
> Some of the other sound drivers as modules that depend upon
> ac97_config.o do compile it.

eh? It only needs to be compiled once, for all the modules that use it.

You don't compile it for each sound driver that uses it; it is a shared,
common module.


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